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natural resource

noun as in resource from the earth


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They include human rights in Central America, integration and the rule of law in the Central American Parliament, migration and security, natural resources and the environment and tourism and economic development of the region.

In 2016, New York City launched a non-lethal deer management plan that focused on male deer sterilization, public education, and natural resource protection.

Anthea, the extraterrestrial’s home planet, is dying, its water and other natural resources almost depleted, and he is the last hope for its 300 surviving inhabitants.

Its mission is to manage natural resources, and historically it has used that writ to permit ranching, logging, mining and drilling by private corporations.

I am an environmental data scientist who leverages data and analytical techniques to answer critical questions about natural resource management.

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“Israeli men are our biggest natural resource when it comes to gay tourism,” says Rodrigue.

The practice of extracting payments from natural resource companies by threats of disruption and violence will continue.

To take his hat and go would have been his natural resource, but then he did not wish to be foiled in his object.

But as regards many another natural resource, scientific civilization teaches us how to preserve it through use.

For more than 60 years, the Forest Service has been serving the Nation as a leading natural resource conservation agency.

But tears and bewailings were not a natural resource with Polly, whose forte was action.

Silence was the natural resource, but silence is sometimes more eloquent than speech.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to natural resource, such as: raw material, timber, water, mineral deposit, and natural deposit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.